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on roads near ponds and other bodies of water. >> now, is that really a good use of government money? steve leroy is a town supervisor. you can correct me on the pronunciation of your name, i'm sorry. he's in wayne county, new york. good to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> all right. so your area, you're too broke some say to fix the roads there. yet, you got these no -- watch out for the frogs street signs up there. how are you feeling about this? >> ok. it's true. i got the word about two weeks ago that new york state was in fact installing these signs. and like anyone else, i couldn't believe it. we're trying desperately to replace our infrastructure, roads, bridges, install water lines and this is what the folks down in albany send us. frog crossing signs. >> was there a laugh track in the envelope? here's what the new york parks department says about this. listen to this. there is concern over the well being of hundreds of frogs, turtles, snakes that cross the road. the hope is the motorists would be aware of the creatures crossing the road and drive cautiously as
for that report. we appreciate it. steve? >> thanks, juliet. almost 48 years ago, martin luther king jr. shared his dream with the world from washington. >> i have a dream that one day this nation will rise up, live out the true meaning of its creed. >> those words that are etched in the fabric of our nation's history will now be etched in stone. the martin luther king jr. memorial will be dedicated officially in washington, d.c. this sunday on the 48th anniversary of the "i have a dream" speech. joining us is the director of african-american outreach for priests for life and niece of dr. martin luther king jr., alvita king. good morning to you. >> hi, steve. >> great to have you, dr. king. this is not only a great day when they dedicate this for your family but great day for america. >> and actually, i'll be there with my mother and my aunt christine and my mother naomi and dexter and martin and bernice. it was just a wonderful time. >> and i mentioned a moment ago that there are going to be apparently over a dozen inspirational quotes on the walls there of what your uncle said. and this is im
was straying from their marriage. in another salacious twist, josh's father, steve powell, says that he had an intimate relationship with susan as well. susan's family says these are all lies. today, some of the 30 u.s. service members killed earlier this month when their chopper was shot down in afghanistan will be laid to rest. many of the dead were navy seals, part of that same unit that hunted down and killed usama bin laden. this afternoon's service will be held at arlington national cemetery. the names of those being memorialized and buried not yet, released for safety reasons, of course. an update on hawkeye, the dog who laid by his master's casket for the duration of the funeral. you can see this. hawkeye belonged to navy seal john hummelson, one of those troops killed in afghanistan and there is word this morning hawkeye now has a new home. one of petty officer's tummelson's friends is taking him in. you probably saw that video before our show if you were watching bill o'reilly. >> we had that yesterday morning. that was quite a story. >> let's talk politics now. the place, new ham
qaddafi is but we know the streets of tripoli are filled with rebels. what else can you tell us? >> steve, we just went down into the hotel lobby, the reporters are basically in the hotel where we've been for months trying to cover this conflict under heavy scrutiny and basically run into six armed men who say police officers are protecting the hotel but basically say we cannot leave. we're still waiting to go and do our jobs, get out on the streets and report these events. they are saying to us you can't leave and they're citing the fact that there's too many snipers in this area. i'll caution the figure of 95% of the army, 20% in pro government and pro qaddafi hands still including that compound you spoke of which is no more than, you know, a kilometer, half a kilometer behind the hotel where, you know, there's still some holdouts putting up stiff resistance there so right now, we're caught between the lines but we're hoping, you know, that some short time, we can actually get out and start looking and speaking to the people and find out what's going on here. >> how did this go from a s
. investors are worried about the company without steve jobs at the top. jobs says he cannot longer run apple day-to-day. he will remain as the board chairman. jobs has a rare form of pancreatic cancer. he brought apple from near bankruptcy with the iconic brand of ipod and ipad and itunes. >> anybody in the world in clothing or automobile can learn from apple. >> apple's chief operating officer tim cook will takeover for steve jobs. >>> a 4.5 aftershock rattled mineral, virginia today. near where the earthquake hit tuesday. the washington monument will be closed to tourists indefinitely. the quake left cracks in the stone. engineers say the national cathedral is structurally sound, but three of the four spires were snapped and caused cracks in the limestone exterior. >>> american air says they will inspect the jet ways at los angeles international airport. one jetway collapsed last night. a pilot and passenger tumbled ten feet on the concrete tarmac. they have neck and back injuries. >>> usually the judge throws the book at the defendant, but this defendant threw something at the judge. june
a minimum, steve. >> absolutely. nikkei index finished down something like 2%. right now, i was looking at the european stock market and, you know, it's pretty much down one, two, almost 3%. and the dow right now is down, what, 238 points right now as we speak. so it's really moving lower. >> that's not good for us. for more reaction, let's go to fox news reporter jennifer davis joining us live from our d.c. bureau. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. all eyes on the global markets today to see how they react to news of this s&p downgrade. u.s. stock futures have tumbled. asian markets down. what's going to happen on wall street? that's the million dollar question today. the news from s&p came after those markets had closed on friday. downgrade going from triple a status down one notch to double a plus. s&p says this is a reflection not only of the political gridlock in washington and fact that the ratings agency doubts whether or not lawmakers can come together to work this problem out but also about the fact that they say that debt ceiling deal last week didn't cut enough. s&p
will be able to fly out of the country and evade justice for his crimes. steve harrigan streaming live yet again tonight in tripoli. steve, what's the mood there tonight? >> shepard besides the obvious and loud one of jubilation the one emotion you can senses specially among the young rebel fighters some of them very young in their teens is pride. i saw one young rebel fighter walking in a t-shirt holding -- slowly stepping with his shoulders back. these young rebels, some of them have been fighting against qaddafi for the past six months. even though they got a great deal of help from nato warplanes which really paved the way, they feel and there are thousands of them that they just won a war that they just defeated dictator. amateur army they just defeated a professional army and liberated their country there is a great sense of pride among the men who took part in this fight and it's really their moment to celebrate which they have been doing all day and now into the night, shepard. >> shepard: what's their priority now, steve? finding qaddafi or seem more focused on wiping out his supp
. for more on the international reaction, a preview of what's ahead, we bring in steve, live in london. how do the markets look, steve? >> very good day to you. if you're along these markets it's another torrid start. the asian markets fell over 2% earlier on today, 2.2% was the mean for the lacks of the hang seng and nikkei was down by a similar margin. they were down again. after having rallied. the london market, blue chips down 1 1/2%. germany, the market down 2.1% but the future of the u.s. indices are showing more negativity. the dow futures showing 2.1% lower and the longer context the dow is down 10% in the last two weeks. >> so germany down 2.1%, the futures down here. how much of this, steve, do you think is because of the s&p downgrade, the white house has attacked the s&p saying this is meaningless and got their math wrong but how is everyone reacting. >> we must not forget the s&p warned us back in april they could do this. the market was well prepared for what they were about to do regardless of the politics back in washington. the fact remains though this isn't just the u.s.
in a corner now. >> steve jobs steps down as the chief executive at apple. and hurricane irene continues to gather strength as it moves across the caribbean. it is 11:00 a.m. here in singapore. >> it is 4:00 a.m. here in london. we're broadcasting two years at pbs in america and around the world. this is newsday. hello and welcome. there have been ongoing fierce battles in aaa. colonel -- in tripoli. the whereabouts of the libyan leader are still not known. they have offered a reward of over $1 million for anyone who captures our kills him. gunfire] these are the scenes in green square. it is renamed martyrs square for those who have lost their lives in the name of libya. the families are coming out, waving the replacement for the gaddafi flag. do not be fooled by this celebration. just look at what lies on the ground, all of the bullet casings. this place exploded in celebration, literally. they have been firing off every possible weapon, including anti- aircraft fire. this is to show two libyans and the world that they have ended the colonel gaddafi 40-year rule could look at this scaf
bit about steve jobs as well. huge news. he put out a letter announcing his resignation. it's hard to overstate the impact this guy has had on computing and music. he changed the music business. on film with pixar, on marketing, on retail experience. this guy is a giant in american history. >> no, i think that, you know, we use the term giant too loosely. there's clearly giants and then there's giants. i think he falls in the real giant category because he impacted american culture and world culture. what he did, the technology and as you say music, it transformed how we deal with information. it transformed culture at so many different levels. he changed the face of the earth in how people relate to each other. he will go down in history as a real, real giant and deservingly so. >> he said in a statement, if there was a time i could no longer meet my duties i would be the first to let you know. unfortunately, that day has come. s.e., he touched every part of our lives. >> i think when we all heard he had pancreatic cancer, we saw the writing on the walls. we knew this day would co
without >>> your realtime captioner is linda marie macdonald. >>> you don't replace a steve jobs i don't believe. you don't go and find another one of him. that's like lightning in a bottle. >> can apple be apple without steve jobs? what is next for the tech giant. we also have reaction to the new boss. >>> and firefighters dodge a bullet. the threat of a massive propane explosion in placer county is over. a live report as evacuees finally are able to go back home. good morning. it is thursday, august 25. good to have you with us. i'm frank mallicoat. >> i'm grace lee. >>> let's talk to kristy about this weather that we're having this morning. if you have been outside, it's drizzly and rainy. >> soupy. >> yeah. you might be getting a little damp outside especially at the coastline, seeing some drizzle there this morning. fog in the picture, as well. but you'll see plenty of sunshine across the board inland and at the bay. going to make it to the low 90s again inland. i'll tell you exactly what to expect for the rest of today and tomorrow in just a little bit. but let's go to elizabeth
for joining us. you are watching gmt from "bbc world news." still to come, changes at apple. steve jobs' is stepping down as the chief executive of the company. there have been violent clashes between police and demonstrators in chile after protesters took to the streets to support a 48- hour general strike demanding political reforms and improved conditions for the nation's health service. government officials say around 350 people have been arrested. >> protests started early. some people woke up to the site of burning barricades in the streets. this is the southernmost city in the country, patagonia. and this, in the desert two cities -- two cities united in discontent. >> the people have reacted well. they have tried to paralyze an entire country. >> the tensions have been high in chile for months. the country has not seen protests like these since the 1980's an. they have been led by the students who want a complete overhaul of the education system. teachers, bank clerks, miners, and civil servants have also joined the cause. they want the wealth to be shared more equally. they wan
. >>> meantime, a bombshell in the business world to tell you about. steve jobs steps aside as apple's ceo. we'll hear who's in line to replace the long-time leader. >>> and hurricane irene batters the dominican republic, is over the bahamas and is heading towards the united states. full coverage of all these stories is straight ahead. -- captions by vitac -- >>> battles, bounty and an offer to broker a ceasefire. we begin this hour with developments from libya. fighting continues to rage in the capital as rebels take on pockets of resistance. gunfire can be heard in the streets. >> clearly intense scenes playing out there. among the hot spots, the tripoli airport which has seen some of the most intense fighting. rebels are in control there, but they're now fighting gadhafi loyalists just east of it. >>> one thing we're not seeing, any sign of this man, muammar gadhafi. but a benghazi businessman is hoping to change that. he's offered a $2.5 million bounty. and now one of gadhafi's sons is looking to negotiate a ceasefire to save tripoli from what he says will end up being a sea of blood. well
agreement. >> joining me now is cnbc senior economic reporter steve liesman and jarod burnstein, former chief economist to vice president biden. good morning. steve, the immediate worries people need to have when they hear about this and they're coming back after a weekend off and hearing the news this monday morning. what does the downgrade mean for the american people right now? >> i think it means go back on vacation. it's certainly a better place than what's happening right now on wall street. skip the good and bad and go right to the ugly. we're down, you showed the numbers, i'll give you percentages, between 3% and 4% all the way up to the nasdaq. essentially, i think the concerns are what happens to your stock portfolios. there's another concern that's a little more controversial about interest rates. when you look at what's happened to u.s. government debt, remember, that's the thing that was downgraded. those yields have fallen. interest rates have declined there as you have essentially a flight to safety. so, despite the s&p downgrade, the united states debt is still seen as a
: barak, california. gaithersburg, maryland. republican, steve. caller: looking forward to reading the book. i have to tell you as a moderate republican, i thought cheney was a good congressman. i thought he was a fantastic secretary of defense and the gulf war and i would argue one of the worst vice-president we have ever had. very disappointed. i voted first term for him, and the second, unfortunately because of him. i will be interested to read his book to see what his take is. so far from what you have been reading from the reviews, this seems like a guy who was always good and blaming everybody else for failures of the bush administration. host: go ahead. finish up, steve. caller: when of the previous callers -- we are entitled to our own opinions and not entitled to our own facts. the iraq war when it comes to the facts, i have yet to see facts about weapons of mass destructions. i still think we should have gone in regardless. but a previous caller, a fellow republican, the valerie plame story, that there was no connection between him. you can stretch and say there was no di
out for the good sound bite. conspondant steve brown as the blow by bloww. [applause] >>reporter: less than two days before the iowa straw poll bachmann and pawlenty went at it. >> it is an unkiss putable fact in congress her record of accomplishments and results are nonexistent. >> when you were governor in minnesota you implemented cap and trade. >> she fought for less government spen we got more. led the effort against obama care and we got it. led the effort against tarp. >> i gave them a run for the money. cap and trade, i was there giving speaker pelosi a run for her money. >> those were far from the debate fireworks. gingrich bristled if his campaign was a mess. >> i would love to see the rest of tonight's debate asking us what what to do about america about a president who failed to lead instead of mickey mouse gangs. >> he got buzz including blogers most of which called gingrich a winner and helped himself. but the sentiment was not unanimous . one said he shot himself in the foot . pros sanction candidate got into it with ron paul. >> iran is a counselry that is at war with u
a crowd here. let's bring in our panel. steve hayes . karen. national political correspondant for the washington post and jeff with the new york times. they are all up the road in ames and we are here in the iowitate fair. teave, first to you. thoughts about the debate and how it affects the brand picture and this race? >> i thought it was a good debate and lots of interesting exchanges and revealed what the candidate hope to do with the debate going into the straw poll. tim pawlenty takog michelle bachmann and she returned fire. rick sanatorium expressing himself . newt gingrich to arise from the slumber that he's been in . i think you have a bunch of candidates doing a lott of things and giving an energiic push going into the traw poll. what you didn't have is much much a vision. there was not a big moment for any of the candidates where voters sitting at home would say yes, that is my guy or woman. this is why i am a conservative or a republican. nothing that expressed a broader vision of republican governorinance in the way republicans are hungaring for. >> karen, your tho
. and steve hartmann with a lesson in how much you can give when you have nothing at all. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> pelley: good evening. 18 years. a long time behind bars, a long time on death row, a long time in and out of solitary. a long time for something that you insist you didn't do. today three men who were supposed to never walk free did just that. they were called the west memphis three, convicted of murdering three cub scouts in west memphis, arkansas, in 1993 despite any physical evidence linking them to the crime. after years of fighting for freedom, they were released today in a very unusual plea deal. erin moriarty of "48 hours mystery" has been on this story for four years. >> my name is damien echols, i am 36 years old and released today from death row for a crime i did not commit. >> reporter: arkansas death row inmate damien echols got his life back today. as part of an unusual plea agreement, echoles and two other convicted men-- jason baldwin and jessie misskelley-- were released from prison. >> this has been going on
for being with us. steve, over to you. >> we will check with the fox video tape. two buys armed with an adult, it happened because a woman spanked her child and that's all coming up at 7:40. stay tuned. !z . >>> all right, here is the deal, you have only until today to feed your family and we are talking a $10 credit for a pizza, you can find a link on our home page. you can use that credit in any of their locations in the food truck or the stands around national park and again look for the link on www.myfoxdc.com. >>> in virginia, this means you will not have to pay the sales tax on school supplies and clothing. items like notebooks will be tax-free and loss as -- long as $20 or less and the tax holiday runs sunday. >> you pay a price down the road. but -- >> particularly we all get our electric bill in a couple of days. let's get to the numbers in reagan national 73 degrees right now. and generally refreshing temperatures overnight, salisbury 66, opening up for you nothing too extreme for you up to the north new york city is 71 and we are 68 in detroit. all in all it should
it to steve to see in these conditions will hang with us for a while. >> yeah. at least for the morning hours. if you do not have fog, it's cool out. temperatures in the 50s and low clouds and fog, that is just the pattern so far this year. lows are starting off in the 50s or low 60s and no doubt about it, west winds or west southwest wind. cloudy and around noon, fog or sun, we will see it burning back to the coast. and sunny and breezy and temperatures below average especially inland. a lot of 50s here and low 60ss and there's a good sea -- low 60s and there's a good sea breeze. a system in northern california picked up storm activity. right there. that moves out. and left behind, drizzle. windy at times, 50s, 60s and 70s or low 80s. these are areas and locations inland that are supposed to be close to 90. fog, sun and breezy and we will continue it toward the middle and end of the week that we will see warmer inland temperatures. >>> two formerly conjoined twins are celebrating a milestone this weekend. they celebrated their 10th birthday yesterday. they were joined at the head. their stor
griffin monitoring the developments from the pentagon. but we begin with correspondent steve harrigan live in zentan, south of tripoli. good evening. >> reporter: right now they say that muammar gaddafi is still inside the country of libya but not saying specific whereabouts. it's unclear where he is. the latest unconfirmed reports have him heading to algeria. we spent 11 12 hours with rebels on the way to the capital with the special help from nato, high-tech help, rebel fighters in the capital say they need at this point is gasoline. we're going with a 5,000 gallon gas tanker to help supply rebels in their fight. one of the key weapon in the battle is a pickup truck used to mount vehicle and move the troops around. finally over the past 24 hours with the rebel officials we notice a sea change in mood. just 24 hours ago there was a sense of jubilation, ecstasy, the rumors they captured gaddafi and walked in tripoli and would take the capital. that has changed dramatically with the push back by the government forces. and the ensuing casualties there is a sense here of real momentum and it'
is next for apple and steve jobs. but, first from fox at 3:00, a category three storm moving to the east coast of the united states and the forecasters warn it could be very destructive. the director of the national hurricane center says look at this chart. most of the eastern seaboard will be in the storm's path. do not worry too much where the eye comes ashore because everybody along the coast is going to get it. this storm is very big and very wet on both sides from north carolina and up to new england and not just the coastal areas, inland people, pay attention, the navy ordering dozens of ships stationed in virginia to head to sea. officials say possible destructive winds make it too risky to be in port. the storm is expected to hit north carolina first, and the governor declaring a state of emergency near the coast. today, she asked the president to declare a federal emergency. >> irene is a big storm. packing a huge wind. perhaps 115 to 120 miles per hour. we know there will be strong surges regardless of how close she comes to our coast. >>shepard: 100,000 members of the national
, rebels putting a $2 million bounty on qaddafi's head. steve harrigan is streaming live from tripoli. steve, any word on qaddafi? >> reporter: gregg, right now, unk*frpl dollars reports -- unconfirmed reports saying qaddafi and two of his sons are surrounded an an apartment building near tripoli near the colonel's compound. fighting is going on there and keep in mind there's been a real credibility gap from both sides so this information is unconfirmed as of now. the hunt for qaddafi is intense, it is continuing, british officials have just said that nato assets are being used, intelligence gathering assets in hunt for qaddafi, but no confirmation that he is in fact surrounded at this point inside a group of apartments in tripoli. as that hunt goes on, the celebrations across the city of tripoli are continuing. >> they arrived in homemade vehicles, homemade weapons, the fire was in the air, rocket launchers, antiair craft guns. women, men and children enjoy the show, some cover their ears, but the message, expressed, guns, cars, anything at hand, it's clear, we've won the war. >> we'
on worldwide markets tomorrow, as well. >> problems on both sides of the atlantic. steve, does this downgrade from s&p hit americans' pocketbooks at home or not? >> there's plenty of confusion and concern about that, carl. we've never been in a situation where the world's benchmark debt, the united states, has been downgraded. so anybody who claims to know what they're talking about here, probably is making it up. there is concern, though, about interest rates, mortgage interest rates, credit card interest rates, some concern it may go up. but i will tell you, plenty of speculation on the other side that we've seen the worst of this. the market anticipated this and it's going to digest this latest bad news with pretty good equality the way it has with other things. >> michelle, steve, thanks. a quick program note there will be special coverage tonight on the markets, beginning at 8:00 p.m. eastern on cnbc. >>> tonight we're learning more about the attack on a u.s. helicopter in afghanistan that claimed the lives of 30 americans in the deadliest single incident since the ten-year war began. fo
globallgrowwh. at the greetings and readings book store in hunt valley...owner steve bbum says this all meann banks will have an even tighter leash on lanss in turn... he along with ther small usiness owners... will have aatough ttme expanding any ttme soon. "if the banks don't lend to small businesses, i can't grow, if i can't get money to open up nother store, another situation"d mean 50-60 more -3 some good news this morning...the july jobs repprt pas also just released ... t shows the economy created 117-thousand jobs last month. june...making the unemployment rate dip o 9-point--1 percent. a controverrial decision... in the case of several baltimore &ppolice officers... accused in the fatal shooting of a fellow offiier... and another man. baltimore's top prosecutor, greg bernstein, says there's simply not enough evidence to prosecute the four officers who fired those ssots... and says he beliives they acted responsibly during a chaotii situation. situation. the shootiig happened back in january... after officers responded to a report of a fight. when police arrrved
. perspective as we bring in the panel. steve hayes, stand stand. charles lane, editorial writer for "washington post." sindcated columnist, charles krauthammer. chuck, overall thoughts about the whole whatever it is we watched in the past couple of weeks. >> well, call me crazy. but i'm willing to say the cup half full. my reasoning is we have gone through a brutal debate. it did end in a compromise. the debt ceiling meltdown scenario got avoided. the debate sharpened and crystallized. it had pep traited the country's consciousness, the public is really focused on the nation's financial conditions in a really serious way. there were endless antics in washington, but the issue is squarely confronting the country in a healthy way. >> bret: steve, late today, moody's came out and reaffirmed the government triple-a credit rating but gave at it negative outlook. one of the concern was the joint committee that the bill sets up. here is a quote. while the combination of the congressional committee process and the automatic triggers provides a mechmism to induce fiscal discipline -- this is actually no
in [ [ gunfire ] >> greta: where is gadhafi right now? steve harrigan joins us live from libya. steve where is colonel gadhafi? has he been spotted? >> reporter: no, he has not been spotted. u.s. officials say he's likely to be still in libya. we've seen his son in the past 24 hours trying to bolster government support. no sign of colonel gadhafi just the radio message where he vows to fight nato or become a martyr. we are hearing the warplanes overhead. historic day here. historic for the rebels that have over taken the gadhafi compound. they did get help from the nato war plans in the run-up to this battle. they were -- pounding hard, dropping heavy bombs most of the morning. a sense of triumph today after six months of fighting they've overtaken the symbol of gadhafi's power. the nerve center as well for the regime. the fighting still continues. we heard small arms fire throughout the evening behind us. possible battle as well looming for the city of sirte gadhafi's hometown. there's fighting around the airport. the real challenge for this interim government will be to try and maintain t
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